ANTI-SCIENTOLOGY ARTICLE REMOVED FROM SAN DIEGO NEWS WEBSITE

A popular San Diego community news website has removed an Anti-Scientology article from circulation today, thanks to my own corrective action:

In just over an hour, the Community Ambassador made and acted upon her decision:

Here is the portion of the article that I reported:

“At some point, public opinion will eventually turn Scientology into a pariah, political death, as accepted and admired as the KKK, the American Nazi Party, Al Qaeda, or any group that advocates the removal of inconvenient races, religions, or attitudes.”

It’s fascinating how Anonymous members continue to confuse “free speech” with “hate speech.” Hopefully, this example will serve to wake a few of them up, although judging by the raving reviews Anonymous gave the article at http://www.whyweprotest.org/, I somehow doubt it:
http://forums.whyweprotest.net/15-media/anonymous-sandiegobackyard-com-32168/

For example:

Anonymous517
Member

Re: Anonymous @ sandiegobackyard.com
that is what I call investigative journalism “

anondelmundial
Member

Location: Sinaloa, Mx.
Re: Anonymous @ sandiegobackyard.com
You are an obviously talented writer; this is just the last in a series of excellent articles that demonstates your abilities! Keep up the good authorship! We all can learn from your writing. AdM”

Sadly, I can already predict Anonymous’ response: They will call me a Nazi, complain to the newspaper and tell them that I am a “Crypto-Scientologist” trying to “stop free speech,” and before you know it, their collective BAWWWING will have the Community ambassador intimidated into replacing the article. If she does not, they will deride her as a “Scilon plant” and she’ll be heckled accordingly–if not outright stalked.

I am not exaggerating. Just watch…

TOM NEWTON

Original article link: http://www.sdbackyard.com/index.php?page_id=1000&site_page_id=5&type=article&post_id=51176

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32 comments so far

  1. Anonymous on

    Excellent work Tom and I am glad she removed the article. You are both people of integrity.

  2. Anonymous on

    I agree.

  3. Anonymous on

    Moar LULZ from the LULZcow Tom Newton

  4. Anonymous on

    lol@tom leaving anonymous comments on his article

  5. Anonymous on

    http://www.texasrainmaker.com/2007/03/20/supporting-the-troops/Is the picture behind “Anonymous Preaches Death to America” Reading the article reveals even further that anonymous has nothing to do with this. Once again tom, you have utterly, utterly failed you dimwitted sack of dogshit. I will be posting this every single time you add a new article so everyone that reads this craptastic blog knows how much of a gigantic retarded faggot you are. OH LOL WAIT, WE ALL DO ALREADY HAAHAHAHAHAHALOLOLOLOLOLOL

  6. Anonymous on

    That’s not hate speech

  7. Anonymous on

    <>It’s fascinating how Anonymous members continue to confuse “free speech” with “hate speech.”<>Yet more loaded statements. No matter what your opinion is of what we have to say it is still protected free speech.<>Excellent work Tom and I am glad she removed the article. You are both people of integrity.<><>I agree.<>Your samefaggotry is pathetic Tom, face it, you’re all alone, screaming at a world that doesn’t care.

  8. Anonymous on

    Wow, I’d have thought with all the victories you claim to have achieved something like this would be so minor that it wouldn’t even be worth reporting but I guess that must have been waffle and beggars can’t be choosers.

  9. Anonymous on

    <>http://www.texasrainmaker.com/2007/03/20/supporting-the-troops/Is the picture behind “Anonymous Preaches Death to America” Reading the article reveals even further that anonymous has nothing to do with this.Once again tom, you have utterly, utterly failed you dimwitted sack of dogshit. I will be posting this every single time you add a new article so everyone that reads this craptastic blog knows how much of a gigantic retarded faggot you are.OH LOL WAIT, WE ALL DO ALREADY HAAHAHAHAHAHALOLOLOLOLOLOL<>Thanks for providing yet another piece of evidence which shows Toms total disconnection from reality.

  10. Anonymous on

    OH MY GOD! Thank you for taking that site down Tom! There was no-one who could, but thank god you were there at the right place, at the right time! I can not imagine what would have happened if that article would have stayed online. They could’ve gotten the wrong image about $cientology! Oops, did I write that with a dollar-sign? How clumsy of me 🙂

  11. Terryeo on

    Do yourself a favor and leave the church like I did Tom. -Terry E. Olsen

  12. Anonymous on

    Dr4g0nK1d (JedineKazama), Cody Delano (Bodyxpolitic), Tehbigtoaster, and ebaumsworld are the haters behind the DDOS attacks, black faxes,death threats , protests, hacking attempts, Vandalism (especially smashing church windows), etc.Cody Delano (Bodyxpolitic) is the leader of Anonymous.Dr4g0nK1d (aka JedineKazama) is the one who pissed all over your preciousssss churchget off the fucking toilet and start investigating these assholes

  13. Anonymous on

    How come David Miscavige won’t quit altering the tech, ARS troll Tom Newton?-Red Pill on Topix

  14. Anonymous on

    Too bad the article is up on another site. The longer you try to censor others, the more you make yourself look bad.

  15. Anonymous on

    The full article so you can see that there is nothing offensive about this article (it would however seem rather unpleasant if you happened to be part of a criminal organisation masquerading as a religion):<>You may have seen them downtown; a group of people wearing Guy Fawkes masks from the movie, ‘V For Vendetta;’ dancing to a boombox, waving signs, handing out cards and fliers.You probably wondered why they’re wearing masks, what brings them to the street, who these people are, where they’re from. And what’s up with all the signs about Scientology?History is full of charlatans, dangerous or greedy, who hide behind the veil of religion. Everyone has heard of Jonestown, Heaven’s Gate, Waco.While the sarin gas attack on a Tokyo subway by the Aum Shinryoko cult was widely publicized, people might not know that the first biological attack by a “religion” happened in Antelope Valley, Oregon; when followers of the Baghwan Sri Rajneesh tainted local restaurant salad bars with bacteria the day before a local election.Then there are those who use religion for self enrichment. During the depression, “Brother Love” ran soup kitchens for the poor, and strutted around in shoes with diamond studded heels.The Baghwan, whose followers lived in poverty, had a Rolls Royce for every day of the week.Even today, charlatans and con men flood the airways, begging for funds to spread the good word while wallowing in material luxury. A commonly heard defense is, “My parishioners want me to have this stuff.”There is a tendency in America to consider anything religious as “good.” There is also a fear that, if one church is targeted, yours might be next. Under the protection of “religion,” abusive groups often operate under society’s radar until egregious abuses come to light.When these abuses are brought forward into the public light, authorities have no choice but to act. The trafficking in young girls married off to polygamous older men, is a good example.Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker, people who invoked the name of Jesus at every opportunity, were exposed as fraudulent hucksters who misappropriated the donations of good people to fund an opulent lifestyle.Less fortunate victims of religious con men only make the news when tragedy befalls them, as in the case of Jonestown.Most of these abusive groups are relatively small and wield little influence in communities outside of their own walls. This is not the case with Scientology.Started as a self help movement by pulp fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology later sought religious protection to avoid abiding by regulations restricting the practice of medicine without a license, having to pay taxes, and fraudulent promises of curing disease, enhancing intellect, and promising super human abilities at the upper levels.For over fifty years, this insidious organization has wormed its way into government offices, targeted “opinion leaders,” and worked its influence behind the curtain. It has virtually taken over an entire town in Florida; today Clearwater is widely known as the “Mecca of Scientology.” The Scientologists initially came into town under a false identity, “United Churches of Florida.” The city government of Clearwater is heavily under Scientology influence.On the surface, it would be hard to criticize Scientology by reviewing their glossy brochures and happy mantras. They claim they help drug addicts, work to end illiteracy, help people during disasters and assist people who want to improve their lives.The truth about the group is much darker. And, since the advent of the internet, the truth has become much harder to conceal.There have always been stories from those who have left this cult, but they were few. Scientology tries to intimidate ex-members into silence by threatening their families, their pets, their jobs and reputations. The few speaking out had few listeners, and nobody to help them recover from their experience. People who have spent decades in such an insular group are poorly equipped to succeed in the outside world, or so they are told by Scientology leaders.Followers firmly believe that the world is in a downward spiral that can only be salvaged by Scientology. They “know” that anyone who opposes Scientology is a criminal or lunatic; for who could possibly be against planetary salvation?As the internet expanded, so did the availability of information Scientology had successfully kept hidden for many years. There are stories of sexual and other abuse, and forced abortions imposed on women who join Scientology’s paramilitary “Sea Organization;” L. Ron Hubbard’s personal Navy.There are tales of children working long hours for the cult, receiving little formal education, substandard food and living conditions, inadequate medical care. Days off and family visits are dependent upon production statistics.While claiming to support freedom of speech, the Scientology organization has worked hard to censor or quash any articles, news clips, or programming critical of their abusive practices. As more people get online, their success at controlling information about them has diminished.In January of 2008, a video clip of Tom Cruise was posted, timed with the release of Andrew Morton’s unofficial biography of the star. Taken from an internal promotional video, it shows Cruise in full-blown Scientology mode, spewing incredible nonsense about Scientology being the only authority when it comes to mental health, getting people off drugs, being the only ones who can help during disaster.Notably, he gloats over the day when “SPs will only be read about in history books.” SP stands for “suppressive person,” Scientology’s version of the evil represented by Christianity as the devil. Hubbard wrote that 2% of the population are suppressive, and should either be processed by Scientology or “disposed of quietly, and without sorrow.”Scientology moved quickly to get the video taken down. One site, gawker.com, refused, claiming it had become news. The clip was wildly popular, and widely viewed. The attempted censorship outraged thousands of netizens, many of whom informed themselves, donned suits, ties and Guy Fawkes masks, and took to the streets as Project Chanology. They call themselves Anonymous, and their goal is to dismantle Scientology, expose its dark history, and bring justice to its many victims.They wear masks, not only to identify themselves as part of Anonymous, but to protect themselves from the harassment and intimidation perpetrated by this “church” on its critics.Anonymous is a leaderless group of likeminded people who participate in global activities once a month, and stage many local events worldwide. Without leaders or members, they have managed to stage well organized demonstrations without committees or staff. Their success is the envy of other activist organizations, they rule by consensus, they plan on the internet, and they protest with style, flair, humor and cake.While the Scientology PR machine tries to marginalize Anonymous by claiming they are “just a bunch of kids in their parents’ basement,” the awful truth is that they are from all demographics. Old, young, professionals, students, united by a single cause; the exposure of Scientology as a destructive, grasping, totalitarian cult.They are freedom fighters in the purest sense, dedicating their time, money and talent to help those still trapped inside the Scientology bubble, as well as working to defend human rights and freedom of speech. Their work is not just on the street. It can be seen in their videos online, essays, articles, letters to editors and articles like this.In San Diego, there is a strong and active cell of Anonymous participants. The Scientology organization targets demographics they know have money, even as their written doctrine reviles them as subhuman, perverted, or worse.Hubbard said homosexuals were degraded, yet the cult actively tries to recruit them. Thus, Anonymous joined in the festivities at the Pride Parade this year, handing out thousands of fliers warning people about the hidden intolerance behind the happy PR. Anonymous’ presence in the parade was loudly cheered by the thousands of people lining the streets!Anonymous also was present at the Comicon, San Diego’s huge pop culture celebration at the downtown Convention Center. Thousands of cards and fliers were given out to attendees, some of whom joined at later events downtown.Last Saturday, Anonymous joined the march against Proposition 8, where 20,000 people marched in favor of human rights and against religious oppression. Scientology San Diego is on the list of organizations that supported Proposition 8. A curious bit of hypocrisy for a group that claims to be a champion of human rights. Again, thousands recognized the masked protestors, cheered their presence, and took information.Anonymous has educated people at high profile events such as these, as well as staging smaller weekend rallies and information blitzes. They can be seen marching through the Gaslamp, dancing to music and handing out cards as they go. On Halloween, they passed out brochures in La Mesa, warning residents that the new occupants of the old Coleman College building will soon be trying to exert influence in their schools, their churches, and their local government.Anonymous responded to the Scientology “Free Stress Test” booth in Balboa Park by warning passersby of the connection between Dianetics and Scientology, a little detail those trying to sell Dianetics at the booth fail to mention. When Anonymous appears, the Scientologists fold their tent and scuttle away, knowing the business of bamboozling passersby is over for the day.At some point, Scientology will attract the attention of public officials who will no longer be able to take campaign donations and turn a blind eye to the unlawful actions and abuses perpetrated by the cult. Public opinion will eventually turn Scientology into a pariah, political death, as accepted and admired as the KKK, the American Nazi Party, Al Qaeda, or any group that advocates the removal of inconvenient races, religions, or attitudes.You can help bring this day closer by educating yourself about this insidious, destructive organization hiding behind a happy mask of religiousity. In fact, the Anonymous movement is not about the persecution of a new religious movement at all, it is about behavior, the lies, the fraud and the harmful tactics perpetrated by the cult against critics and its own members.Scientology cannot reform. Its entire doctrine consists of the writings of L. Ron Hubbard; writings that cannot be changed or modified. Designed to enrich its founder, Scientology is a complex, multifaceted entity whose corporate structure is as convoluted as that of Enron.Inform yourself, and protect your loved ones from falling into the myriad traps set by Scientology to draw people in to their failing scam! Google is your friend, use it creatively to learn the truth about this destructive, hate-filled parody of true religious faith.And if you feel like it, grab a Guy Fawkes mask and put on your dancing shoes! San Diego Anonymous welcomes new participants. Upcoming events are listed on their website. Anonymous only asks that you remain peaceful (they’re the Good Guys) and bring cake.<>

  16. Anonymous on

    ^good article.Also lol at Newton’s fail to censor this article.

  17. Anonymous on

    ^^Thank you for the article, it really demonstrates the level of quote mining Tom used, worthy of a tinfoil hat wearing conspiracy theorist.

  18. Anonymous on

    <>Inform yourself, and protect your loved ones from falling into the myriad traps set by Scientology to draw people in to their failing scam!<>I think I’ve found the passage that really made Tom butthurt.

  19. CrazyDelaney on

    “At some point, public opinion will eventually turn Scientology into a pariah, political death, as accepted and admired as the KKK, the American Nazi Party, Al Qaeda, or any group that advocates the removal of inconvenient races, religions, or attitudes.”This has already happened Tom. Its old news. Scientology is already a joke. People already snicker every time it gets mentioned. Why do you maintain this blog again? Where is the information you were going to give me that was going to make me recant? *crickets* Are you still not a Scientologist, Tom?

  20. Anonymous on

    “While claiming to support freedom of speech, the Scientology organization has worked hard to censor or quash any articles, news clips, or programming critical of their abusive practices.”JUST LIKE YOU DID TOM? LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLYour hypocrisy is so blatanly obvious and laughable. Keep making a fool out of yourself TOM “The lulzbringer” NEWTON, it brightens my day everytime!

  21. Anonymous on

    Who the fuck is this asshole Terry?

  22. Anonymous on

    ^Terryeo? some assburger who used to troll us but left the church

  23. Peter Schilte on

    Tom, you mixed up hate speech and criticism. You did so in the past and you seem not to have learned a thing. You threatened to throw fire bombs at CoS missions and blame the picketers for it. I have saved that particular post. You threatened people with physical violence. I saved that post too. You’re a hypocrite, Tom, and the worst one I ever came across with.The article was critical. Hate speech has always your department.The article:Who Are Those Masked Broadway Dancers?You may have seen them downtown; a group of people wearing Guy Fawkesmasks from the movie, ‘V For Vendetta;’ dancing to a boombox, wavingsigns, handing out cards and fliers.You probably wondered why they’re wearing masks, what brings them to thestreet, who these people are, where they’re from. And what’s up with allthe signs about Scientology?History is full of charlatans, dangerous or greedy, who hide behind theveil of religion. Everyone has heard of Jonestown, Heaven’s Gate, Waco.While the sarin gas attack on a Tokyo subway by the Aum Shinryoko cultwas widely publicized, people might not know that the first biologicalattack by a “religion” happened in Antelope Valley, Oregon; whenfollowers of the Baghwan Sri Rajneesh tainted local restaurant saladbars with bacteria the day before a local election.Then there are those who use religion for self enrichment. During thedepression, “Brother Love” ran soup kitchens for the poor, and struttedaround in shoes with diamond studded heels.The Baghwan, whose followers lived in poverty, had a Rolls Royce forevery day of the week.Even today, charlatans and con men flood the airways, begging for fundsto spread the good word while wallowing in material luxury. A commonlyheard defense is, “My parishioners want me to have this stuff.”There is a tendency in America to consider anything religious as “good.”There is also a fear that, if one church is targeted, yours might benext. Under the protection of “religion,” abusive groups often operateunder society’s radar until egregious abuses come to light.When these abuses are brought forward into the public light, authoritieshave no choice but to act. The trafficking in young girls married off topolygamous older men, is a good example.Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker, people who invoked the name of Jesus at everyopportunity, were exposed as fraudulent hucksters who misappropriatedthe donations of good people to fund an opulent lifestyle.Less fortunate victims of religious con men only make the news whentragedy befalls them, as in the case of Jonestown.Most of these abusive groups are relatively small and wield littleinfluence in communities outside of their own walls. This is not thecase with Scientology.Started as a self help movement by pulp fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard,Scientology later sought religious protection to avoid abiding byregulations restricting the practice of medicine without a license,having to pay taxes, and fraudulent promises of curing disease,enhancing intellect, and promising super human abilities at the upperlevels.For over fifty years, this insidious organization has wormed its wayinto government offices, targeted “opinion leaders,” and worked itsinfluence behind the curtain. It has virtually taken over an entire townin Florida; today Clearwater is widely known as the “Mecca ofScientology.” The Scientologists initially came into town under a falseidentity, “United Churches of Florida.” The city government ofClearwater is heavily under Scientology influence.On the surface, it would be hard to criticize Scientology by reviewingtheir glossy brochures and happy mantras. They claim they help drugaddicts, work to end illiteracy, help people during disasters and assistpeople who want to improve their lives.The truth about the group is much darker. And, since the advent of theinternet, the truth has become much harder to conceal.There have always been stories from those who have left this cult, butthey were few. Scientology tries to intimidate ex-members into silenceby threatening their families, their pets, their jobs and reputations.The few speaking out had few listeners, and nobody to help them recoverfrom their experience. People who have spent decades in such an insulargroup are poorly equipped to succeed in the outside world, or so theyare told by Scientology leaders.Followers firmly believe that the world is in a downward spiral that canonly be salvaged by Scientology. They “know” that anyone who opposesScientology is a criminal or lunatic; for who could possibly be againstplanetary salvation?As the internet expanded, so did the availability of informationScientology had successfully kept hidden for many years. There arestories of sexual and other abuse, and forced abortions imposed on womenwho join Scientology’s paramilitary “Sea Organization;” L. Ron Hubbard’spersonal Navy.There are tales of children working long hours for the cult, receivinglittle formal education, substandard food and living conditions,inadequate medical care. Days off and family visits are dependent uponproduction statistics.While claiming to support freedom of speech, the Scientologyorganization has worked hard to censor or quash any articles, newsclips, or programming critical of their abusive practices. As morepeople get online, their success at controlling information about themhas diminished.In January of 2008, a video clip of Tom Cruise was posted, timed withthe release of Andrew Morton’s unofficial biography of the star. Takenfrom an internal promotional video, it shows Cruise in full-blownScientology mode, spewing incredible nonsense about Scientology beingthe only authority when it comes to mental health, getting people offdrugs, being the only ones who can help during disaster.Notably, he gloats over the day when “SPs will only be read about inhistory books.” SP stands for “suppressive person,” Scientology’sversion of the evil represented by Christianity as the devil. Hubbardwrote that 2% of the population are suppressive, and should either beprocessed by Scientology or “disposed of quietly, and without sorrow.”Scientology moved quickly to get the video taken down. One site,gawker.com, refused, claiming it had become news. The clip was wildlypopular, and widely viewed. The attempted censorship outraged thousandsof netizens, many of whom informed themselves, donned suits, ties andGuy Fawkes masks, and took to the streets as Project Chanology. Theycall themselves Anonymous, and their goal is to dismantle Scientology,expose its dark history, and bring justice to its many victims.They wear masks, not only to identify themselves as part of Anonymous,but to protect themselves from the harassment and intimidationperpetrated by this “church” on its critics.Anonymous is a leaderless group of likeminded people who participate inglobal activities once a month, and stage many local events worldwide.Without leaders or members, they have managed to stage well organizeddemonstrations without committees or staff. Their success is the envy ofother activist organizations, they rule by consensus, they plan on theinternet, and they protest with style, flair, humor and cake.While the Scientology PR machine tries to marginalize Anonymous byclaiming they are “just a bunch of kids in their parents’ basement,” theawful truth is that they are from all demographics. Old, young,professionals, students, united by a single cause; the exposure ofScientology as a destructive, grasping, totalitarian cult.They are freedom fighters in the purest sense, dedicating their time,money and talent to help those still trapped inside the Scientologybubble, as well as working to defend human rights and freedom of speech.Their work is not just on the street. It can be seen in their videosonline, essays, articles, letters to editors and articles like this.In San Diego, there is a strong and active cell of Anonymousparticipants. The Scientology organization targets demographics theyknow have money, even as their written doctrine reviles them assubhuman, perverted, or worse.Hubbard said homosexuals were degraded, yet the cult actively tries torecruit them. Thus, Anonymous joined in the festivities at the PrideParade this year, handing out thousands of fliers warning people aboutthe hidden intolerance behind the happy PR. Anonymous’ presence in theparade was loudly cheered by the thousands of people lining the streets!Anonymous also was present at the Comicon, San Diego’s huge pop culturecelebration at the downtown Convention Center. Thousands of cards andfliers were given out to attendees, some of whom joined at later eventsdowntown.Last Saturday, Anonymous joined the march against Proposition 8, where20,000 people marched in favor of human rights and against religiousoppression. Scientology San Diego is on the list of organizations thatsupported Proposition 8. A curious bit of hypocrisy for a group thatclaims to be a champion of human rights. Again, thousands recognized themasked protestors, cheered their presence, and took information.Anonymous has educated people at high profile events such as these, aswell as staging smaller weekend rallies and information blitzes. Theycan be seen marching through the Gaslamp, dancing to music and handingout cards as they go. On Halloween, they passed out brochures in LaMesa, warning residents that the new occupants of the old ColemanCollege building will soon be trying to exert influence in theirschools, their churches, and their local government.Anonymous responded to the Scientology “Free Stress Test” booth inBalboa Park by warning passersby of the connection between Dianetics andScientology, a little detail those trying to sell Dianetics at the boothfail to mention. When Anonymous appears, the Scientologists fold theirtent and scuttle away, knowing the business of bamboozling passersby isover for the day.At some point, Scientology will attract the attention of publicofficials who will no longer be able to take campaign donations and turna blind eye to the unlawful actions and abuses perpetrated by the cult.Public opinion will eventually turn Scientology into a pariah, politicaldeath, as accepted and admired as the KKK, the American Nazi Party, AlQaeda, or any group that advocates the removal of inconvenient races,religions, or attitudes.You can help bring this day closer by educating yourself about thisinsidious, destructive organization hiding behind a happy mask ofreligiousity. In fact, the Anonymous movement is not about thepersecution of a new religious movement at all, it is about behavior,the lies, the fraud and the harmful tactics perpetrated by the cultagainst critics and its own members.Scientology cannot reform. Its entire doctrine consists of the writingsof L. Ron Hubbard; writings that cannot be changed or modified. Designedto enrich its founder, Scientology is a complex, multifaceted entitywhose corporate structure is as convoluted as that of Enron.Inform yourself, and protect your loved ones from falling into themyriad traps set by Scientology to draw people in to their failing scam!Google is your friend, use it creatively to learn the truth about thisdestructive, hate-filled parody of true religious faith.And if you feel like it, grab a Guy Fawkes mask and put on your dancingshoes! San Diego Anonymous welcomes new participants. Upcoming eventsare listed on their website. Anonymous only asks that you remainpeaceful (they’re the Good Guys) and bring cake.

  24. Peter Schilte on

    This is Tom Newton:On 2008-02-22, Tom Newton wrote:They you are. Hiding behind your masks and waving your signsReally pleased with the turnout. There are a lot more peoplethere than you expected.And, of course, you don’t know who most of them are.Even if they weren’t wearing masks you wouldn’t know who they were.Things are going great. There are TV cameras and crowds.Then several objects arc up into the air and come down on theScientologist’s property.They are home-made firebombs.No one can tell who threw them, but they definitely came fromthe protestors. From people wearing masks and carrying signs.That much is captured by the cameras.In the ensuing chaos, the people that threw them vanish withouta trace. Or maybe not. Who can tell?You’ll have a long time to think about it while you are sitting in jail,anonymity a pipe-dream of the past.A couple of people who don’t like you donned disguises andpocketed a few thousand in used twenties and hired someprofessional criminals from another city to wreck your party andyour organization.And your lives.It was that simple.You reap what you sow.TomP.S.I forgot to mention that this team also identified most of your vehiclesand broke into them and planted fire-bomb making materials in them, wellhidden. They had stolen a lot of cars in the past, so they knew how tobreak into them without leaving any signs. Probably used a “slim jim”.The dogs will find the materials…Tom

  25. Anonymous on

    Dr4g0nK1d (JedineKazama), Cody Delano (Bodyxpolitic), Tehbigtoaster, and ebaumsworld are the haters behind the DDOS attacks, black faxes,death threats , protests, hacking attempts, Vandalism (especially smashing church windows), etc.Cody Delano (Bodyxpolitic) is the leader of Anonymous.Dr4g0nK1d (aka Jedinen Kazama) is the one who pissed all over your church doorget off the fucking toilet and start investigating these assholes

  26. Anonymous on

    ^Nice try Tom.

  27. Anonymous on

    ^STFU

  28. Anonymous on

    ^Nice try Tom

  29. Anonymous on

    ^Tory you dirty whore, go get a real job.

  30. Anonymous on

    ^Nice try Tom.

  31. Anonymous on

    ^Nice try Anonymous

  32. TOM NEWTON on

    <><–Nice try, me.TOM NEWTON<>


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